10 Exciting Smart Building Start-Ups To Watch In 2018

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Executive Summary

There continues to be significant innovation across the smart building ecosystem, from new generation building equipment incorporating more embedded intelligence, to new product categories such as crowd-sourcing apps. This report identifies 10 highly exciting or disruptive start-ups in the smart building ecosystem that have raised funding in the past three years and the specific points that make them stand out. The report covers CrowdComfort, C3 IoT, Disruptive Technologies, Enlighted Inc, ENTOUCH, Humanyze, PointGrab, Site 1001, SpaceIQ and Switch Automation. Building owners, facility managers, investors, and heads of strategy and product development at building technology and software firms should use this report to keep on top of the latest innovation and identify potential partnership opportunities.

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10 Exciting Smart Building Start-Ups To Watch In 2018

Organisations mentioned

Avast, C3 IoT, CREE, CrowdComfort, Current by GE, Disruptive Technologies, EATON, ENGIE, Enlighted Inc, ENTOUCH, GE Oil & Gas, Glassdoor, Humanyze, iRobot, JE Dunn Construction, KLL, LA Lighting, Lumenpulse, Mapiq, Massachusetts College of Art & Design, MCS Solutions, MIT Media Lab, NavVis, NerdWallet, OccupEye, Orion Lighting, Oxford Properties, Philips Lighting, PointGrab, Site 1001, SpaceIQ, Switch Automation, Telaria, The Telegraph, US Department of Defense, USAI Lighting, WeWork, Forest City.

About the author

Susan Clarke

Principal Analyst

Susan is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. Her current research agenda focuses on software solutions for real estate management including integrated workplace management systems and IoT platforms for buildings. Her research expertise also includes a broad range of energy management technologies and energy services. Susan has eight years of experience in technology research. She holds a MSc from the University of London in Sustainable Development.

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